In computer science and in mathematics, abstraction model checking is for systems where an actual representation is too complex in developing the model alone. So, the design undergoes a kind of translation to scaled down "abstract" version. The set of variables are partitioned into visible and invisible depending on their change of values. The real state space is summarized into a smaller set of the visible ones. (Wikipedia).

In this tutorial I show a few more notations and share a few more thoughts on mappings.

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Orbit of a set in abstract algebra

In this video we start to take a look at the orbit-stabilizer theorem. Our first stop is the orbit of a set. The orbit is created by taking an arbitrary element of a set and acting on that element by all the elements in the set of an an arbitrary group. In this video, we look at a few p

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Model Theory - part 01 - The Setup in Classical Set Valued Model Theory

Here we give the basic setup for Model Theory. I learned this from a talk Tom Scanlon gave in 2010 at CUNY.

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We start off by looking at the basics of sets.

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Introduction to Classification Models

Ever wonder what classification models do? In this quick introduction, we talk about what classifications models are, as well as what they are used for in machine learning. In machine learning there are many different types of models, all with different types of outcomes. When it comes t

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16 You have made it to the first exciting video Operations

To be honest, the topics have been very dry up to now. Here is the first bit of excitement. Operations. Understanding operations is a fundamental priority in abstract algebra.

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Now that we know what a quotient group is, let's take a look at an example to cement our understanding of the concepts involved.

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Lecture 2. Homomorphisms and ideals

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Stabilizer in abstract algebra

In the previous video we looked at the orbit of a set. To work towards the orbit stabilizer theorem, we take a look at what a stabilizer is in this video.

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Accelerating Clinical Data Abstraction and Real-World Data Curation with Active Learning

Get your Free Spark NLP and Spark OCR Free Trial: https://www.johnsnowlabs.com/spark-nlp-try-free/ Register for NLP Summit 2021: https://www.nlpsummit.org/2021-events/ Watch all Healthcare NLP Summit 2021 sessions: https://www.nlpsummit.org/ Building large-scale structured datasets o

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RubyConf 2010 - DSLs go Concrete by: Martin Thiede

"RGen" is a lightweight Ruby framework supporting domain specific languages. It features metamodel and model definition, model transformation and code generation by means of internal Ruby DSLs. In this talk I will briefly introduce RGen and describe how it is used for code generation and m

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Radiology Report Summarization

Impressions in a radiology report is a summary that represents the radiologist's reasoning and conclusion on an imaging study, and it also aids the referring physician in confirming or excluding certain diagnoses. A cascade of tasks is required to automatically generate an abstractive impr

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Heather Macbeth - Algorithm and abstraction in formal mathematics - IPAM at UCLA

Recorded 17 February 2023. Heather Macbeth of Fordham University at Lincoln Center presents "Algorithm and abstraction in formal mathematics" at IPAM's Machine Assisted Proofs Workshop. Abstract: Paradoxically, the formalized version of a proof is often both more abstract and more computat

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(May 16, 2012) David Dill discusses how a continuing improvement of computing technology is making it possible to digitally model some biological systems. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford School of Engineering: http://soe.stanford.edu/ Stanford Computer Systems Co

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Sayan Mitra: "Abstractions for programming distributed robotic applications"

Mathematical Challenges and Opportunities for Autonomous Vehicles 2020 Workshop II: Safe Operation of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Fleets "Abstractions for programming distributed robotic applications" Sayan Mitra - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Abstract: Connected vehic

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Python OOPS Concepts | Python OOP Tutorial | Python Classes and Objects | Python Tutorial | Edureka

🔥 Python Certification Training: https://www.edureka.co/data-science-python-certification-course This Edureka session on Python OOPS concepts (Python OOPs Blog: http://bit.ly/2JlVhFJ) will help you understand Python Classes and Objects with examples. It will also explain the concept of OOP

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Bala Krishnamoorthy (9/16/20): Steinhaus filtration and stable paths in the Mapper

Title: Steinhaus Filtration and Stable Paths in the Mapper Abstract: Two central concepts of topological data analysis are persistence and the Mapper construction. Persistence employs a sequence of objects built on data called a filtration. A Mapper produces insightful summaries of data,

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Milner Award Lecture 2015: Reactive, real-time and hybrid computer systems

Listen to a world expert on computer science speak about advances in reactive, real-time, and hybrid computer systems. Milner Award Lecture 2015 delivered by Professor Thomas Henzinger, Institute of Science and Technology, at the Royal Society, London, on 18 November 2015. https://royal

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AI Weekly Update - February 17th, 2020 (#16)

ZeRO & DeepSpeed: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/blog/zero-deepspeed-new-system-optimizations-enable-training-models-with-over-100-billion-parameters/ Turing-NLG: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/blog/turing-nlg-a-17-billion-parameter-language-model-by-microsoft/?OCID=msr

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Abstract Algebra | Normal Subgroups

We give the definition of a normal subgroup and give some examples. http://www.michael-penn.net http://www.randolphcollege.edu/mathematics/

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